Scandals are not unknown in politics regardless of the age, and each age tends to have a prevalence of certain types of scandals depending on the particular proclivities of the culture and social issues in dispute. The rise of the LGBT has pushed the homosexual issue to the front of public consciousness, and because of this one must expect scandals, be they political or not, to involve them.
Something that is known to those who have either spent time with the LGBT, study the LGBT or read the research presented here about the LGBT is that the sodomites are obsessed with sex. Indeed it is not only the mechanism by which they “define” themselves in their relationships with others, but their behavior almost entirely revolves around planning for the next “encounter” with another man. It is no different than a drug addict who administers his life around his addiction so that his focus is not on developing himself or his community, but on when and how he gets his next “high,” except the “high” for the sodomites is the indulgence of non-genitive sexual feelings caused by masturbating with another man. The proof on this can be found on any “gay dating” website or app, where one commonly finds not only pictures of barely-dressed men, but an equal and possibly more pictures of the penises of these same men, who post them to incite the lust of the men who view them to compel them for a sexual tryst.
Cross Coburn was a Texas sodomite who like many of his type, put nude photos of himself on the sodomite phone dating app Grindr, which is a known app used by many sodomites including cannibals, murderers, disease spreaders, and active enslavement operations. He was also a member of his city council, and he was removed from his position after somebody went to his Grindr profile and showed what he wanted other sodomites to see but not his constituents:
Cross Coburn is single. Cross Coburn is gay. Cross Coburn is an adult. And — like many other single, gay adults — Cross Coburn has shared suggestive selfies on Grindr, the world’s most popular gay dating app.
But, what sets Coburn’s story apart, is that his suggestive images, which he believed he was sharing privately with a man with whom he was chatting online, set off a chain of events that ended up costing him his job as a councilman in Groves, Texas, a small, conservative, bayou town on the Louisiana border.
“I do know that elected officials do need to be held to a high standard,” Coburn, 19, told NBC News, but, he added, “they still deserve a private life.”
Coburn was ousted from office earlier this month in a contentious recall election sparked by the Grindr images, but he has filed a lawsuit challenging the validity of the petition that allowed him to be voted out halfway through his term.
Coburn’s attorney, Jill Swearingen Pierce, said it all started in February of this year when Coburn was first summoned to a meeting by Groves Mayor Brad Bailey. At the meeting, Bailey informed Coburn and Pierce that the city had received an anonymous envelope in the mail that contained “some highly disturbing photographs,” Pierce recalled.
“I said, ‘Let me see it,’ so he slides it over, I flip it over, and it’s obviously a private conversation on Grindr,” Pierce said, adding that the screenshots had been edited so the person soliciting Coburn’s images was completely anonymous.
After Pierce and Coburn viewed the images, the mayor, according to Pierce, told her client, “You need to think about your options, but you should probably resign.”
But Coburn refused to resign. The mayor called him again, Coburn recalled, and said it would be best if he made a decision by the following Wednesday.
“I call him back and ask him, ‘Mayor, what exactly am I supposed to be making a decision on?’” Coburn told NBC News. “At this point he snapped.”
According to Coburn, Mayor Bailey then said, “Now I’m getting pissed. It’s about time you grow up and take responsibility for your actions, you cannot hide from your past.”
Soon after, a different set of anonymous envelopes containing the same information and images was sent to local news outlets, which published stories about the salacious photos.
“Is this in any way proper behavior of a councilman to represent himself online or a ‘dating’ app? I felt the city council should be made aware of the situation,” the note accompanying the anonymous envelope stated, according to local outlet Port Arthur News.
Port Arthur News quoted Mayor Bailey as saying, “I would like it to be known that the city is aware of this (photos), the allegations of photos of private areas … We have met and discussed it with our police department and HR department. It will be an issue.”
Coburn, who alleged he was targeted due to his sexuality, said a recall petition began to circulate over the summer. After the petition was filed, he said “a man in the hallway outside city council said, ‘Good now we can get that faggot out of here.'”
On Election Day, Coburn lost his seat in the recall by a vote of 2,071 to 1,138. The seat currently sits vacant.
But before the election even took place, Coburn and Pierce filed a lawsuit attempting to block the recall petition. They said two people whose names appear on the petition signed affidavits stating they had never signed it.
According to the Port Arthur News, the “duly sworn person” handling the pages of the petition where the contested signatures were was “Darla Bailey, wife of Groves Mayor Brad Bailey.”
Coburn said he does not know who could have sent his Grindr images to the town council, but he alleged that Groves Councilman Kyle Hollier forwarded the images on to local news outlets. Hollier would not provide a comment to NBC News regarding Coburn’s allegations.
“Due to the lawsuit that we are under right now and by the advice of our city attorney, I have no comment,” Hollier stated. Calls to the Bailey residence requesting comment from the mayor and his wife were unanswered.
Coburn and his lawyer allege Bailey and others committed fraud by adding at least two people to the recall petition. If an appeal finds in favor of Coburn, the recall petition could be invalidated, which would restore Coburn to his position on the council.
“This is my life — this is what I have decided I want to do,” Coburn said. “I want to dedicate my life to public service and to the public, and I believe this is my place in the wider revolution for our democracy.”
Chuck Smith, CEO of LGBTQ advocacy group Equality Texas, said his organization hopes an investigation would “determine whether any election laws or municipal ordinances were violated in the actions that led to Cross Coburn’s recall.”
This story, while disgusting, illustrates the great hypocrisy of the sodomites and the LGBT agenda.
Look at the “pride” parades, the transsexuals reading to children, and more. These people WANT to forcibly expose their genitals to children and people who don’t want to see them in order to “prove” how “tolerant” they are. However, if they don’t want people to see their behavior, such as when they believe it is in this case, politically expedient, they immediately say they are being mistreated.
Taking nude photos of oneself generally speaking is not a good idea. Taking those same photos and putting them online for others to see is a very bad idea because things online do not easily disappear, if they even go away at all. Even worse is attaching one’s name to said photos because once a face and name is associated with a particular set of actions, such a reputation has been established in the public mind and is unlikely to change.
The only person this sodomite has to blame for his behavior is himself, both in terms of the nature of his actions and the fact of putting such photos online. For example, one knows that one does not post certain photos- such as those of drunkenness, drug use, or many other kinds of illegal and even completely legal activity on social media -because if an employer sees the photos, they will often use it as a legal basis to retaliate.
For example, it is well known that not only are many companies willingly bending over for the sodomite agenda, but if a man posts anything even tangentially or what “could” be interpreted to be against the LGBT, that person will often times lose his job if his employer finds out. For example, and HIV/AIDS doctor and expert contracted by the Obama administration for his knowledge was later fired from his job with the state of Georgia because because he is also a pastor and he preached against the LGBT. While he rightfully won the suit, the principle is that one’s actions in private does have an affect on one’s public life, and that the sodomites are happy to use the courts to destroy people who criticize them. However, these same sodomites see themselves as exempt from the very laws that they use to destroy people with.
It is good that such photos came out, because as it always has been, sunlight has an inherently disinfecting quality.